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It will all blow away before they can get it home on the trailer!!  Actually a Saudi Prince bought it,  sent the guy a check for $15,000.00 as he didn't know what the shipping cost would be. Told him to cash it and return the extra $6900.  :leghump::nuts::stars:

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All I can say is wow! Guess a prince should have the money to fix it if anybody can. 6 months from now we may see a post from "PrincePontiac" asking about the original paint code. lol

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13 hours ago, Wrongway said:

All I can say is wow! Guess a prince should have the money to fix it if anybody can. 6 months from now we may see a post from "PrincePontiac" asking about the original paint code. lol

Ferrous Oxide Red.

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If this car were in Michigan, I would say that the iron moths got to it. However, it's near Tampa, so it's a-salted-car Mel! :rofl:

Another case of -  is this too far gone to be saved? Especially for $7500? For a '64 GTo 389 - 4-speed?

https://tampa.craigslist.org/hil/cto/d/brandon-1964-pontiac-gto/7164986811.html

 

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How about this poor '66 GTO in Phoenix? For $5000

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/pts/d/san-tan-valley-66-pontiac-gto-project/7161272639.html

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Ringo64 said:

surprised there are no barnacles hanging off of it :lol: 

Aarrrggg matey!!! 

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2 hours ago, Wrongway said:

I think the GTO badge on the rear 1/4 might be restorable, maybe! :rofl:

Maybe 2 of the 3 remaining rear window trim as well.

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8 hours ago, Wrongway said:

Well, lol, umm as far as body kits go iv seen a lot worse.

So have I wrongway. It's just trying hard to be something it's not, and not succeeding at all. That's what bothers me.

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1968 GTO - with rare Endura bumper delete option / Lemans chrome bumper option   a real 242 car  $8900

https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/cto/d/burleson-1968-pontiac-gto/7195825737.html

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31 minutes ago, Frosty said:

1968 GTO - with rare Endura bumper delete option / Lemans chrome bumper option   a real 242 car  $8900

https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/cto/d/burleson-1968-pontiac-gto/7195825737.html

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wow, what an excellent builder, but boy! that steering wheel is well and truely shot ! hahaha 

What motor would it have frosty🙄 ?

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I don't think I'd go over the asking price. Depending on the total condition I might come down quite a bit if there is a ton of rust.

The Endura bumper delete option is interesting but it doesn't it make a particularly valuable car. A 400 was the correct original motor for that car.

If the steering wheel is that bad, makes me wonder how bad is the rest of the interior (and the car).

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7 hours ago, 64 kiwi boni said:

oh... i should read the craiglist addy🙄...its a 400🙄 !

so is $8900 a fair price ??

 whats a driver level one worth?

$7000   :rofl::leghump:

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7 hours ago, Frosty said:

I don't think I'd go over the asking price. Depending on the total condition I might come down quite a bit if there is a ton of rust.

The Endura bumper delete option is interesting but it doesn't it make a particularly valuable car. A 400 was the correct original motor for that car.

If the steering wheel is that bad, makes me wonder how bad is the rest of the interior (and the car).

yes very good point about the interior based on what that steering wheel looks like 🙄

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Maybe Notallthere or Dualquadpete will pony up for this one since it is in Canuckistan.  $88,000 CAN!

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-buy-sell-other/ottawa/1966-pontiac-gto-on-frame-from-a-1-4-ton-army-truck/1527720262

1966 Pontiac GTO on frame from a 1/4 ton army truck

-454 motor

-400 turbo transmission with shift kit

-4 wheel drive

-dana rear ends

-39 inch tires

-interior completely restored

-all new floor pans, no patches car can be restored on original frame, nothing is damaged.

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